Investment flexibility is
important. At Global Precious Metals we offer investors a sizable precious metals market.
Through Global Precious Metals you can purchase gold, silver, platinum or
palladium for immediate personal delivery or arrange for convenient and safe
storage at an independent bank or depository. If you desire financing, you can
receive a loan for up to 80 percent of the value of your precious metals. If
your purchase is financed, you can take personal delivery of your precious
metals at any time without penalty by paying the balance of your loan. Of course
you can also sell your precious metals back to Global Precious Metals at any
time during our trading day. Gold:
The past five years have seen the price of gold steadily rise to more than
triple its 2003 low of $260USD/ounce, to well over $900USD/ounce. This is not by
chance. There are many factors which have contributed to Gold’s rising price.
Among the foremost of these are the falling US Dollar, higher oil prices, higher
base metals prices, higher US national debt, falling interest rates and fears of
world wide instability, namely North Korea and Iran. Silver:
Silver has recently reached prices that have not been seen since 1980. The
reasons for this great rise in price are many and varied. Many of the factors
which caused Silver to rise to its all time high of $52/ounce in 1980 have been
appearing again. It should be no surprise that the price has been rising for the
past five years. From just over $4.00USD/ounce in 2003 the price more than
quadrupled hitting highs of close to $17.00USD/ounce in 2008.
The Client acknowledges that each transaction is a spot metals transaction and
not a futures contract. The Client has the intent, but not the obligation to
take delivery of the precious metals. The Client chooses whether to pay in full
or to finance the purchase, but must pay in full before being entitled to take
delivery of the precious metals. Please be advised that as with all speculative
investments, purchasing precious metals involves a risk of loss that should be
carefully evaluated prior to investing any funds. All documents and risk
disclosures should be carefully reviewed prior to opening an account with Global
Precious Metals a division of Earle Capital Corporation.